I manage a EDU LANDesk infrastructure my title is Enterprise Administrator. My job description is rather generic but is focused on LAN desk and endpoint management including packaging, database management, all of LANDesk etc... .
With Novell ZenWorks (product like ManagementSuite/Patch etc.) you could get a certificate that made you
'End-user computing advanced technical specialist'
I'm still proud owner of that title
I am the Manager of Endpoint Systems Management. I have a team of Systems Administrators supporting 10,000 endpoints. Together we manage the tools that manage the desktops. This includes LANDesk, Casper, AV, Encryption, etc. We do application packaging and deployment, OS patching, Application patching, maintain the HII environment plus a bunch of other stuff.
Thank you all so much! Do any of you have job description/salary requirements for your positions you would be willing to share?
Function is Desktop Support Analist changed to Client Computing Analist recently.
Description is managing LANDESK software distribution and packaging software and all related support calls for software but, that of course depends of the company setup. Salary not relevant i believe as work as contractor.
More common is i think System Engineer software distribution as the rights are Enterprise adminsitrator as we need to apply global desktop policies.
Up until recently I was part of our Information Systems Services group, and that group is basically our server group that handles setup and maintaining of all the servers statewide. That group is responsible for Windows, Linux, Vmware and standalone servers, storage, etc. When I was in that group my title was Information Systems Services Engineer, and I helped with maintaining the servers along with all the other stuff I do.
They did a reorg recently, and I got moved to our newly created Security group which is in our Network Services department. This was done because they wanted all the people doing security stuff together in one group, and I handle LANDesk Antivirus, Patching, Cisco Cloud Web Security, and Dell Data Protection encryption. I no longer help with maintaining the servers. My new title is Endpoint Security Analyst. I still do all the other LDMS stuff that I've always done (generating reports, software distribution, etc). I'm the only person where I work that knows basically all of LDMS. There are a few people that know bits and pieces of LDMS, but I really don't have a backup - so any time I'm out (sick, vacation, etc) anything LDMS related basically comes to a stop until I get back. I'm a Certified LANDesk Administrator and a Certified LANDesk Engineer.